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12 Feb, 2016 07:13

Are we safe from Wall Street scams?

Tonight, Thom talks with America’s Lawyer Mike Papantonio about Wall Street scandals and the SEC after ABC came out with a new mini-series about scam artist Bernie Madoff. And in the Progressive Panel, Thom is joined by Mike Lux, co-founder and partner at Democracy Partners and Andrea Miller, executive director for People Demanding Action. After losing to Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire, which Hillary Clinton can we expect to see in tonight’s Democratic debate? And how will Sanders and Hillary reach black Americans without infantilizing them? Later in the show, Thom talks with David Selig, a conservative commentator and a Trump supporter. And in tonight’s Daily Take, Thom explains why Bernie Sanders is no George McGovern.

Then former Ohio Senator Nina Turner joins Thom to discuss black voters as the race heads toward South Carolina.